Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 62, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 13, 1918 Page: 3 of 4
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comb ltilsy, Hamlin Garland, Emerson Although fain face is block with grime.
Htugh and others.
Hotel Holland—J. P. Logan, Port
Arthur Bruco Wolf, Chicago, III.; L. t.
Pfoffcr, New Orleans; W. R. Wilburn,
Galveston; J. H. Burnaman, Newton;
H. E. Mime, Beaumont; W. T. Moore,
city; Lew O. Cor, Austin; C. C. Buck,
M. Hildebrand, Houston ;*H. H. Holmes,
Parrisvlllo, Texas; B. T. Pringle, Or-
ange O. B. Wages, El Dorado, Ark.";
J. P. Panrose, Philadelphia; E. M.
King, eity; W. B. Tatum and brother,
Beaumont; W. J. Morrison, Nashville,
Industrial Hotel—Whittan, L B. Mo-
xnitie, Palestine; Albert Dahlberry, H.
Bumoriaon, Beaumont; J. M. Anthony,
Deweyville; H. a Gents, D. A. Schri-
vor, J. P. Wallaco, Wiggins, Miss.; Joe
Roth, John Brumfield, Canute May W.
LADIES’ AUXILIARY 10
Roberts, B. B. achy, W. B. Comp, T.
Tatum, O. Hangar, C. Me Minns, Jack
Northern, Jim Blood, & J. Rows, J.
biirk, T- Wise, T. Conley.
And she is very glad tonight,
And she Will hies away the grime;
Per lore holds little errors light
When good wives* men come home at
W- ' . | .
American soldier la toady to die fen his
country If necessary, he hi in no hurry
about it, end he urges other American
poets not to convey the idea in their
verses that dying is the principal part
of the job. “Let's cheer them, not
scare them," says Malloch. "“let’s
have a little more of the "When John-
ny Comes Marching Home" school of
poetry and less of the “Soldier of th>
Legion Lay Dying in Algiers.n
AMERICAN PRESS HUMORIST
POET whose lectures and
Nationally known as "tho poet oi
the Woods,’’ and tho special laureate
of the lumber industry, Douglas Mal-
MEETING TO BE HELD TUESDAY
AFTERNOON IN CHAMBER OP
A Indies' auxiliary to the Chamber
of Comerco will be conned Tuesday aft-
ernoon at a meeting of the Indies of the
eity which will be held in the Chamber
•of Commerco rooms. Tho meeting will
I have been gone a little time,
Dear heart, have wandered from the
Bnt I am here beneath the grime,
Aad life has come to snppertime.
Mr. Malloch will not lecture tonight
as previously announced, but will lce-
tur to the public in general tomorrow
afternoon at tho High School audi-
torium at 3:30 o’clock.
Ne admission will be eharged. To
those who are building Uncle Sam's
"hips, or whatever pursuits engaged in,
Mr. Malloch brings a mesogo of cheer
life, practical, helpful and uplifting.
Orange should and will respond with
and love and life, practical, helpful and
Republic Tires Do
bo presided over by T. \V. Hustmyre.
The purpose of organisation will be to
take over the civic work of the city
such as the sanitation, cl^gn-up cam-
paigns, city parks and play grounds.
This auxiliary will doubtless relieve
the Chamber of much of tho detail work
of this character and will give the of-
is not about war but concerns the
American life outdoors and tho philos-
fieiais of that body more time to devote
to other matters of vital importance to
ophy of hard work, green woods and
Mr. Malloch is known for his verses
of the forest aad the lumber eaiftp, end
has published four volumes, the latest
“Tote-Road and Trail” having only
recently come from the press. His best
known poem “Today,” has boon called
“Tho poom that went around the
world,” and has been more widely
quoted than any other poem by an
American since Edwin Markham wrote
hie “Mun With n Hoc.” It has ap-
peared in practically every newspaper
in the United States and in every coun-
try where there is an English language
While Mr. Malloch is known in the
literary world for his larger works, ho
is loved best by the popular mind tor
his minor poems that reach and touch
the heart beats of the common people,
the following being one of tho many
reflecting the intensely divine average
of the lights add shados of everyday
llfo: o' ■
Tho good wife meets her man at night
When he conies home ait supper time;
The cabin window shows a light
When he comes home to sup at night.
His sweaty faeo is black with grime,
But hers is holy with delight
When he comes home at supper time,
Green and Ninth
We fix all oil andfcook
r«m||HE simple faith of the founders of the Re-
, II public Tires is now generaly admitted to
Ml have been right—this is, that an honest tire
L will win the motorists approval. It is now
generally admitted that the Republic Tire has a
longer life because of the steadfast principles of giv-
ing the tire user a product of worth, to which the
Republic has always adhered.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Carter
joining over the advent of a
girl baby, which arrivod T
morning at the homo on Bed
Hunday, April 14, at West End Park,
commenein gat 3:30 o'clock the Ornngo
DELEGATES FROM THIS FLAOB
WILL GO TO BEAUMONT ON
THAT DATE TO CONFER.
J. W. Allman, president of tho Ship-
carpenters’ and Caukers’ union of Or-
ange is in receipt of the folowing tele-
“Houston, April 12.—
‘ ‘ J. W. Allman, Orange, Tcxuh.
“Meeting of delegates rcecnt Wash-
ington conference called for 7 o’clock
Monday next, at Beaumont to recom-
mend a resident examiner for District
(I. Secure power to act and notify
soldiers of Company E, 57th infantry
and the 8onr Lnko infantry teams are
booked for u game of baseball,
are assured a great game.
Staggard Tread Guaranteed 5*000 Miles
Plain Tread Guaranteed 4,000 Miles
Republic Black-Lined Red Inner Tubes have a rep
tation for freedom from trouble
loch, tho Chicago author, arrived here
today at 10 a ’clock to address the busi-
ness men and people in general of Or-
Besides being secretary and treasuer
of tho American Press Humorist, he is
a former secretary of the Society of the
Society of Midland Authors, organized
in 1DM, by Mr. Malloch, James Whit-
When you buy new tire* or tube* choo*e the
SOU MANUFACTURERS OF Mora* A Mum. Patent Net Mr Dry
Kite Md Moran Patent Black Plato
COMPLETE EQUIPMENT FOR Stationary, Marina and Lecmetfo
C. W. McPARLANS, IVopii.Ni.
Iron and Be. Cawing, of oil Kinds. All Kiwi, of Repair Work Receive
■ IS DOING ■
AND WHAT YCHJ CAN DO
The Great Majestic Range
h l: Demonstration
Jj K/yegireg . T la&jmo < iSdlc
HAVE PURCHASED LOT ON «OR
NEB OF GREEN AVE. AND
A deal wasc losod today whereby tho
Lyons’ Furniture company becomes tlio
owner of the lot on tho corner of Green
uveiutc and Fourth street. This lot
fronts on Fourth street ami, wa» pur-
chased from Bob Bussell, consideration
Bess. Lyons, the manager of the com-
pany, has let tho contract for a large
and commodious “iron clad” building.
The contractors will begin construction
of same as soon as material and labor
can bo secured. Mr. Lyons expects to
bo in his new place of business within
the next ton days.
MARRIAGE LICENSB8. •
Tho following manage licenses have
been issued by County Clerk Cole since
our last report. A. L. Hunt and Mrs.
Marry C. Massey; John H. Builey und
Miss Vivian Cress; Bonnie Green and
Bertha Stephenson; Henry Hudson aud
Jineella Griffin; 8. B. 8tokes itnd Ora
Cooper; J. W. Heraggs aad Leona Lan-
AT 0BR STORE, ONE WEN ONLY
See the GREAT MAJESTIC—The Range with a Reputation
—in its new dress. Let the factory representative show you
why the MAJESTIC Bakes Better—Looks Better—Lasts
Longer—Heats More Water Quicker and Hotter and Uses
Less Fuel than any other range. We want to prove these
facts to you—want you to know why the MAJESTIC is so
highly recommended by your neighbor—why it is tKe Stand-
ard by which all ranges are judged—why it is known m
every county in every state as The Range with a Reputation.
Ufa in moat school* ia healthy,
wholesome, simple and regular. It ia
foil of vivid human interest, tho stu-
dent sharing in deepest realities of
The graduate of a good school steps
at once into regular professional life
and work with an assured UveUhood.
No weary struggle to get a foothold—
to Bhow what she can do. The hos-
pital has carried her over that stage.
in Industrial plant a, mental hygiene
work, hospital aoefal service.
In all these Holds there ta u> in-
creasing demand tar administrators.
Her work Is ready end waiting for her
it she successfully completes her train-
The student Is at no expense for
toltlon, board, lodging, laundry, uni-
form, etb., In the great majority ot
schools. Only a few school* charge a.
tuition fee for preparatory course. The
student la also cared for in illness.
Salaries compare favorably with sab
aries of other trailed women. In some
fields thexore higher then the srer-
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r N\Ci£ds Copper Ware
As a special inducement during this week only, we
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chaser of a Majestic Range with a handsome and use-
ful set of cooking ware as illustrated. This is your op-
portunity to get something really worth while for noth-
ing. Ranges will be sold at the regular prices
<1 Ice is not t bray. It is
The litUe button which was given
to you whom you jolnod tho Mad Cross
stand* for something. R means that
you ora ons erf twenty-two millions
to tho United States, one-fifth of tho
entire papulation of the country, who
are helping to win ths war for Amer-
ica and her ABtaa. ft mama that
you believe ia hsunsnity gad dsmo-
craoy. It is the insignia orf ons of
tho must potaat agencies ft good ta
the world. Every member of the
Amarienti Rad Cram la a sHvftscad
parson, for it la a privilege to belong
to this moat wonderful organisation.
Show that yea esteem it a privilege by
wearing on the lapel Of your edit of
on your draa* the white hatha with
bmbI *i inriiggiy »« food itself
for it u practically the only
t meana of keeping food foeeh and
wholesome. # *
§ Yen can no nova atfoid to be
without ice than you Oft to |M*
mit your foods to spaiL \ -H
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New Finish at our Store.
SABINE SUPPL Y COMPANY
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Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 62, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 13, 1918, newspaper, April 13, 1918; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563170/m1/3/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.